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French anti-P2P law toughest in the world – Ars Technica

Posted in Uncategorized by coda on September 30, 2009
  • tags: 3 strikes, copyright

    • The French attempt to pass the world’s toughest "graduated response" law against P2P file-sharers has been en retard for months. But the negotiations are finally over, the "Création et Internet" bill has been drafted, and today it finally came up before the National Assembly for debate. Despite furious opposition, the bill could well pass soon, laying down severe penalties for "not securing one’s Internet connection" and forcing public WiFi operators to allow access only to a "white list" of acceptable sites. And all this for one industry.

      Liberté, égalité, fraternité… HADOPI?

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